Irish County GAA Themed Gifts and Apparel

We are proud to feature top quality casual wear and athletic clothing (many styles and colors to choose from) and gifts with Ireland themes and Irish county GAA shield graphic added free to casual clothes and gifts.

Whether you have Irish roots or Irish friends we have Irish County Crests ready to put on sport shirts and gifts for your favorite county in Ireland.

We hope you enjoy visiting the Irish Shop HERE

When you get to the Irish Shop go to “browse this store” on left side and click “see more” to see all counties for easier navigation.

Under “headings and styles” you will see a variety of sizes and colors for men, women and children to choose from.
For a specific county or category it is easier to use the left sidebar.

*New* We are  adding Family Motto Gifts to our store,  if you don’t see your family name Send Email and we will add in one day.

We show a random selection of items below-we have over 900 different items.
Keyrings-Posters-Aprons-Golf Caps-iPhone Cases-Bags-Envelopes-Flyers Mousepads-Magnets-T-Shirts-Hoodies-Sweaters and many more Irish Hoodies, Irish Golf Caps, Irish T-Shirts, Irish Calendars, Irish Bumper Stickers, key-rings, aprons, mugs, stationery, steins and many more Ireland County Crest Theme gift items.

Some Samples                 Clare Cap
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Lynch Mug
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Foley Family Motto Cap
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You will find a brief description about all 32 counties and be able to find great gifts for specific counties in right sidebar under County Facts

We hope you find time to travel to Ireland to see the Emerald Isle.

There are great tourist attractions, if you play golf it’s just the icing on the cake.

Most of the major airlines service Ireland.

As of publication you can fly into Dublin and Shannon, or fly into either and depart from the other.

Please check with your airline before making arrangements.

Whether you use Ireland coach tours or create your own self drive Ireland travel itinerary I’m sure you will have a great time!!

There has been a huge improvement in the roads in Ireland, many more motorways which cut traveling times across the country by more than half.

I have just returned from visiting family in Ireland, I had a great time and found the motorways to be fast and well signed.

A typical trip from Dublin to Cork used to take over 4 hours or more, it is now about a 2 1/2 hour trip!

For Visiting our site you get a free book Of Classic Irish-English-Scottish Childrens Games…CLICK HERE!

We hope you will enjoy your  time when you visit The Irish Shop

According to the U.S. Census, about 33 million Americans claim Irish ancestry – that’s about five times the population of the entire Emerald Isle.
March is Irish-American Heritage Month and the U.S. President issues a proclamation commemorating the occasion each year.
For Americans of Irish heritage, there is much to celebrate. Beginning with America’s founding, Irishmen risked their lives to establish what would become the United States of America.

At least nine men with Irish heritage signed the Declaration of Independence – considered a death warrant for signatories at the time – including three who were born in Ireland.
Thomas McKean emigrated to the colonies as a child from Derry and later served as President of Delaware.
Charles Carroll was born in Maryland and traced his ancestry to Tipperary.
James Smith emigrated to the American colonies as a boy.
George Taylor was born in Antrim and emigrated to America in his early twenties.
Matthew Thornton emigrated from Limerick and served in the New Hampshire Militia.
Edward Rutledge was the youngest signer of the Declaration and the son of Dr. John Rutledge with familial ties to Tyrone.
Thomas Lynch Jr. was the grandson of Jonas Lynch of Galway.
George Read was the son of John Read, who emigrated from Dublin.
John Dunlap was born in Tyrone and emigrated to Philadelphia at age 10.

In the Capitol Rotunda, Declaration of Independence by artist John Trumbull depicts the moment that the document was presented to the Second Continental Congress. Several, but not all, of the signers are represented in the painting.
Throughout American history, you can find members of Congress, Presidents and Vice Presidents with familial ties to Ireland: O’Neill, Ryan, Mulvaney, Brady, Kennedy, Reagan, Biden and many others who have served our nation. Even President Obama has traced his ancestry back to a small village in the midlands of Ireland.

In the Hall of Columns, a statue of James Shields greets visitors, members and staff entering the U.S. Capitol from the Independence Avenue entrance. Shields emigrated from Tyrone, Ireland in the early 1800s and is the only senator to represent three states (Illinois, Minnesota and Missouri). His uncle, also named James Shields, served as a representative from Ohio.

The Statue of Freedom, the crowning feature of the Dome, also has Irish connections. Moulders John Carr and Michael Shedy, who were born in Ireland, helped cast the statue at a foundry located off Bladensburg Road, S.E.
While Irish-American Heritage Month celebrates all that the Irish have done in support of America, it is worth noting that 2016 is a special anniversary in the quest for independence for Ireland. A century ago, between April 24 and April 29, 1916, the Easter Uprising against British rule in Ireland took place in Dublin. Although the rebellion was swiftly defeated by British forces, it led many in Ireland to seriously consider the possibility of an independent Irish Republic. The Easter 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic specifically acknowledges the uprising as “supported by her exiled children in America.” To honor and celebrate our shared history, events on the Capitol campus this spring will mark this special occasion and commemorate the strong relationship between the United States and Ireland.

High Resolution Graphic[Source: U.S. Census Bureau]

We have graphics for County Donegal-County Derry-County Antrim-County Down-County Armagh-County Monaghan-County Tyrone-County Fermanagh-County Cavan-County Galway-County Mayo-County Sligo-County Roscommon-County Leitrim-County Longford-County Dublin-County Wicklow-County Wexford-County Louth-County Meath-County Westmeath-County Kildare-County-Kilkenny-County Carlow-County Offaly-County Clare-County Cork-County Limerick- County Kerry-County-Waterford-County Tippersry-County Laois